Sunday, October 29, 2006

Low Octane Blogging

I don't have much to say today.

So why are you posting?

Cuz it's Sunday night.

But you only watched the first half of the Browns game.

Yeah, so?

So, say something already! >:|

Okay, here it is:

  • The Browns won, somehow, although they tried to grab defeat from the jaws of victory. I hate that "prevent" offense. But that's all I can say since I did not see or hear the second half.
  • The Detroit Tigers pitching staff gets Win, Place and Show for my "Idiot of the Week" awards. Five errors by the pitchers, one in each game. They accounted for 1-2 runs per game. That's why they lost the world series.
  • Hooray St. Louis Cardinals! Congratulations on winning the World Series.
  • Happy Halloween! I'll be dressed as a father of a 9-yo daughter and a 4.835-yo son.
  • We got a bumper crop of pumpkin seeds. Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum. With bay seasoning or celery salt. Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum.
  • My condolences to all of you who haven't exercised your right to vote yet. Mrs. Quipper and I are already done, courtesy of absentee ballots. So, while all the campaign ads are still a nuisance, I actually don't need to pay attention to any of them. Hah! Both parties should be found guilty of impersonating people that care, anyway.


Anonymous said...

The Browns were listening to The Peppers in the locker room at half time, cuz when they came out for the second half, they tried to "Give it away now!"

The announcers summed it up saying Cleveland was playing "not to loose."

Favorite Apron said...

mailing my absentee ballot today . . .

Kayla said...

Enjoy your Halloween Quipper!

Quipper said...

Scott: Love that song! Hate that 4th quarter offense. :-)

Polly: Excellent. Way to avoid lines, "advocating" constituents, and frustration.

Kayla: I certainly will. You too. Mrs. Quipper is getting some help from me for the first time on 4-5 years.

Quipper said...

Oops, I meant "in" 4-5 years, not "on" 4-5 years.

Darn fingers.

Emily said...

totally awesome costume Mr Quipper ;)

MyUtopia said...

I am still in morning over the Tigers loss. I don't understand what happened. Did the cold freeze their brains??

Quipper said...

Emily: Thanks. It's the same costume I wear on stage to gig. :-)

Marge: I dunno. My hopes were with the Cardinals, but I thought the Tigers had the better team (as did practically everyone outside of St. Louis). Maybe it was a collective brain freeze.

Barb the Evil Genius said...

You have lines where you vote? Try living in a little burg like ours. ;)

As far as the Cards' Series win, I think Ronnie Belliard was the extra spark they needed. ;)

Scottius Maximus said...


The Indians should work on their bunting this off season. You could possibly sweep the Tigers next year. That'd be good for 16-20 wins right there.